Morphing will focus on the cross pollination of sounds occurring in breaks-oriented music at the present moment. This night focuses on hip hop, rock, two-step, and jazz-infused techno. Artists were chosen based on the movement and transformations occurring within their specific style. Band/Group/Individual/Sampling formations complementing live usages of instruments, hardware, and the voice, is central to Morphing. This year we look to a cross-section of artists to bring us different genres, styles and influences.
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Kytami (hip hop, drum 'n bass, classic, punk violin styles)
Kytami is a Vancouver-based electric violinist who has been playing for 23 years. One of the most versatile and sought-after musicians in her field, she has rocked with some of the best players in punk and metal as well as performing and recording with reggae, hip hop and jungle producers, DJ's and MC's. In 2002 she independently released her first... more info
Also goes under the DJ name March 21, but Circlesquare is a full fledged recording project with one critically acclaimed album out called "Pre-Earthquake Anthem" as well as several singles.
"The second release on Output from Vancouver based Circlesquare, after a four-year hiatus. Pre-Earthquake Anthem is an album of dark downbeat electronica. Slow... more info
Vancouver's Mark Wiebe is the mastermind behind the weird space lounge introduced on Sinewave's 2001's Interplanetary Ridicule. The Montreal Mirror described Wiebe's previous work on the Sinewave/db split CD as possessing an eeriness marked by a gradual, expansive kind of creep-out. Add in some melodic songwriting and that description holds true fo... more info